Who do we think we are?
Britain is staging the Games of the XXX Olympiad - often described as the ‘greatest show on earth’ - and what happens between 27 July and 12 August will showcase Britain.
Will the world think any better of us?
Yes, probably, according to Ipsos MORI’s polling of national opinion. But what do we Brits think of our own country? Are we well placed to project a confident, compelling image of Britain? Can we exploit this opportunity?
Our paper draws upon survey data and other sources to answer these questions and explain who we are and to discuss British perspectives, strengths and weaknesses.
Switching to an alternative survey method to assess crime levels in Scotland during the COVID-19 pandemic
Emily Gray and Chris Martin of Ipsos MORI Scotland explain the alternative methodological approach we took so that evidence to inform crime and justice decision-making in Scotland could still be collected during the pandemic.
EVENT | The Future of Fats, Sugar and the Obesity Crisis
It can be easy to forget, but the world is facing more than one pandemic. Thirty-nine percent of the global population is overweight. In the UK, that figure is even higher: 67% of adults are overweight. But what makes this crisis so hard to tackle?